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Hi there! I followed the whole30 program around 2 months ago, and it did me a lot of good, I had a sugar addiction, binge-eating disorder, I didn't really know the difference between hunger and just wanting to eat… Anyway, Whole30 did help me solve all those problems, and thank you for that! Before the program, I never had any gut problem, I could eat anything and everything, I've always had a happy belly! But now, well, it looks like I became intolerant to gluten and lactose… Every now and then, I'd like to share a pizza with friends, but my gut won't let me! If I do eat pizza
Tonight I just wrapped up my Day 30. I got sick last week and now cannot taste or smell ANYTHING... Anyway, will this matter with my reintroduction? I'm not sure how all this will work, since I got hit with a bunch of sinus stuff right when I was supposed to experience tiger blood, so never had that high to compare anything to... And I'm really missing comfort foods right now and really want to reintroduce and just get to my FF already. Any thoughts?
I'm on Day 28. In addition to the Whole30 basic list of foods to eliminate, I also excluded tea and nightshades. I'm wondering where nightshades may fit in an ideal reintroduction. Should it be first or last? I will be seperating tomatoes from peppers when I do it. Also, when reintroducing gluten grains, can one eat bread as it probably has sugar? Thanks
I did not do enough research before starting Whole30. I relied on this website to tell me about what I was getting into, and am very frustrated now to realize that they do not explain the risks associated with this extreme elimination diet. I am finishing my MSN degree and am embarrassed that I got sucked into this fad without requiring solid evidence to back it up. I was looking for a “reset”. I did not have food sensitivities that I knew of, but I wanted to be able to kickstart healthy habits by eating Whole Foods for a month. I saw healthy changes in my skin and my ability to focus, and I